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It's a fire barrier, especially if they're in an area where grass fires occur all the time, whether they're planned or not.

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In the 1800s which of these inventions was known to cattle ranchers as thorny fence?

Barbed Wire


Do ranchers have to fence in grazing cattle in Montana?

Yes, it's against the law if you don't have your cattle fenced in on your property.


What do you call a fence enclosure for cattle?

If it is outside on grass, a pasture, near the barn, a barnyard, in the barn a pen.


What is range ranching?

Open Range refers back to the time when ranchers did not fence their property. The cattle roamed free with only brands to identify them to a rancher.


How do you use cattle drive in a sentence?

The farmer used the cattle drive method to move his herd from one field to another that had better grazing for his cattle.Answer 2:Since the phrase "cattle drive" is a subject, the sentence would have to use this phrase in a way that it becomes the main subject of that sentence, as such: "The local ranchers sponsored a cattle drive in downtown Calgary on the opening day of the Calgary Stampede."Or:"A cattle drive is an activity where cowboys herd cattle from one pasture or range to another, be it only across the fence or 50 miles away."


What is open range ranching?

Open Range refers back to the time when ranchers did not fence their property. The cattle roamed free with only brands to identify them to a rancher.


Why does the cow reaches out of the fence to eat?

Probably cause the grass on the other side of the fence is tastier than the grass that's in the pasture. Cows will reach through the fence if the grass in the pasture is down, or they don't want to eat a particular species of grass that is in the pasture.


How many strands of wire are recommended for cattle fencing?

It really depends on who you ask and what group or specialist is making the recommendation, the kind of wire, how many head of cattle in the pasture and what type of fencing it is. The recommendations generally range from 3-6 strands of wiring in a cattle fence.


Why was the barbwire fence invented?

So that ranchers could keep them together.


To fence in 60 acres how many feet of fence is needed?

60 acres is 9013 ft. in square pasture


What conflicts developed on the open range?

Cattle ranchers vs Sheep herders since sheep make water holes unpotable for cattle, Farmers vs Cattle ranchers since farmers want to fence in crops and cattle need an open range, Bankers vs debtors bankers have the cash and debtors have assets but very uneven cash flow. Native Americans vs new comers since they had different ideas about land ownership. Mormons vs everyone else.


How to make a wire fence for cattle?

What type of wire fence for cattle? Barbed wire? Temporary hot-wire? Hi-tensile wire? As you can see, there's more than one type of wire fence to build for cattle.

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